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Rejestracja „pregancy and epilepsy”

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webinar „Pregnancy and epilepsy”

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TUESDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER

 Dear colleagues,

It is my great pleasure and privilege to welcome you to the live webinar, Epilepsy and Pregnancy, sponsored by Sanofi and which will be on September 29th, 2020 from 9:30 to 11:30 CEST.

Women with epilepsy have a number of unique concerns during pregnancy. Pregnancy can exacerbate seizure frequency and both maternal epilepsy and in utero exposure to antiepileptic drugs can increase the risk of adverse outcomes in children born to women with epilepsy.

The careful management of epilepsy in pregnant women is therefore crucial to maintain a balance between controlling seizures and reducing those risks. Managing pregnant women and women of childbearing potential suffering from epilepsy is therefore challenging and complex and may require reconsidering the treatment options in a case by case approach.

A rational approach requires knowledge of such risks as well as an understanding of the effects of pregnancy on seizure control and of potential side effects of antiepileptic drugs.

During this interactive discussion session, the esteemed faculty will share practice-based consensus guidelines they developed with experts from six European countries (France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Turkey, and the UK). Experts will discuss the criteria that should be taken into account when managing women of child-bearing potential suffering from epilepsy and focus on the potential risks to the mother and child as well as the importance of engaging the conversation and planning a pregnancy well in advance to mitigate those risks.

Furthermore, treatment options before, during and post-pregnancy will be explored with a special focus on the switch and/or discontinuation measures to describe the most appropriate use of anti-epileptic drugs in these patients. Lastly, we will explore ways to encourage and support patient engagement in pregnancy planning. Planned pregnancies are usually best for women with epilepsy. This gives time to work with neurologists and obstetricians head of time.

Using strategies to lessen risks will promote a good outcome for mother and baby.

I am privileged to be joined in this webinar by an esteemed faculty panel of Professor Carreno and Professor Gürses. We will be happy to answer your questions via the online platform following the presentation.

Please note that further information on how to register will follow over the coming weeks. In the meantime, please be sure to save the date if you wish to participate in what promises to be an engaging exchange of expertise.

I look forward to you joining us in September!

Sincerely, Professor Joanna Jedrzejczak

14th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology

In light of on-going developments with COVID-19 and after thoughtful discussions, we have decided to move the 14th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology to a fully online virtual experience that will take place from October 29 – November 1, 2020.

We are hopeful that it will be even better attended than the previous in-person congresses, since registration will be free of charge this year.

CONy 2020 will once again bring together the medical community and provide a platform for prestigious experts to discuss the fascinating controversies in neurology.

Experts will discuss a wide array of topics, such as ALS, Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Epilepsy, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Neuroimmunology, Parkinson’s Disease, Sleep, Stroke and more.

For further information, please visit our website: http://cony.comtecmed.com/

Zmiana terminu konferencji PTE

Szanowni Państwo,

Jak Państwo wiecie, w związku z zaistniałą pandemią, zarząd PTE podjął decyzję o przeniesieniu dorocznej majowej Konferencji PTE na dni 17-19 grudnia br.

Wydaje się jednak, że sytuacja jest wciąż na tyle niepewna, że ze względów bezpieczeństwa i w trosce o zdrowie uczestników i wykładowców, nie możemy planować przeprowadzenia jej również w grudniu.

W związku z tym zawiadamiamy, że XXX Konferencja PTE odbędzie się w dniach 20-22 maja 2021 roku, w tym samym miejscu (hotel Novotel w Warszawie) oraz w tej samej formule.

W trosce o ciągłość spotkań organizowanych przez Zarząd PTE i o to, aby nie zawieść wszystkich zainteresowanych corocznymi spotkaniami, postanowiliśmy jednak utrzymać termin grudniowy i przeprowadzić spotkanie naukowe w innej niż dotychczas formie. Planujemy organizację jednodniowego sympozjum wirtualnego, które odbędzie się w formie wykładów dostępnych na platformie internetowej przedstawiających aktualną wiedzę z zakresu padaczki, tak teoretyczną, jak praktyczną.

O wszelkich szczegółach spotkania oraz tematach wykładów będziemy informować zainteresowanych na stronie internetowej Polskiego Towarzystwa Epileptologii.

 

W imieniu Zarządu Głównego PTE

Joanna Jędrzejczak

10th Migrating course on Epilepsy ILAE-EUROPE

The Organizing Committee takes great pleasure in inviting you and all your colleague and society to take an active part in this Meeting 10th Migrating course on Epilepsy ILAE-EUROPE in Lviv, UKRAINE, June 18-21, 2020.

This course is annual ILAE-EUROPE Course, which is held this year in Ukraine under the umbrella of Ukrainian ILAE chapter (ULAE), in collaboration with Foundation Research innovation in Medicine „RIMON”.

For more details https://www.ilae.org/congresses/10th-migrating-course-on-epilepsy

The 2020 Course offers lectures, tutorials, workshops, clinical case-discussions. During the course you will be able to discuss your cases with lead experts in the field. Participants are invited to send their cases related to the announced topics for review and selection at least 1 month before the course at nataliya.pryanykova@rimon.in.ua

This course has international appeal. 5 partial bursaries (excluding flight/travel expenses) for ILAE-EUROPE YOUNG SCIENTISTS available.

Please send application form by March 15, 2020, to the course secretariat: migratingcourse2020@ulae.org.ua, fax +38-044 537 52 77

 

Bursary application requests must be pre-submitted before February 15, 2020.

 

More information is also on:

http://ulae.org.ua

http://rimon.in.ua

Please contact Nataliya Pryanykova, course secretary  nataliya.pryanykova@rimon.in.ua for more information.

XXX Konferencja Polskiego Towarzystwa Epileptologii nt. Padaczki

Miejsce Obrad:

Hotel Novotel Warszawa Centrum

  1. Marszałkowska 94/98, Warszawa

Koszt uczestnictwa:

500 zł + 23% VAT = 615 zł

Wpłaty prosimy dokonać na konto Polskiego Towarzystwa Epileptologii:

PKO BP XII/O Warszawa 41 1020 1127 0000 1402 0083 7344

Streszczenia:

Prosimy o nadsyłanie streszczeń w języku polskim i angielskim (1 strona do 250 słów) na adres sekretariatu Kongresu (office@epilepsy.org.pl) do 15.03.2020 r. w formie elektronicznej.

Forma streszczeń powinna być zgodna z aktualnymi zasadami czasopisma Journal of Epileptology (http://journal-epileptology.com/instructions-for-authors/)

Kolejne informacje wkrótce…

4th ILAE British Branch Epilepsy Neuroimaging Course

Event info

4th ILAE British Branch Epilepsy Neuroimaging Course

The 2020 ILAE British Branch Epilepsy Neuroimaging Course will take place at the Chalfont Centre of Epilepsy, UK, between Thursday 26th and Saturday 28th March.

Click on link to book online -> https://ilaebritish.org.uk/events/ilae-british-branch-epilepsy-neuroimaging-course-26-28th-march-2020

Places are limited to 30 people and are guaranteed to be filled quickly! Don’t delay. Register soon and make use of the early bird registration rates.

Early Bird deadline: 20th December 2019

Overview

The ILAE British Branch Epilepsy Neuroimaging Course was successfully launched in March 2017 and is now in its fourth year. Medical imaging is integral to the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of modern epilepsy care and has greatly increased our understanding of this complex neurological condition. A fundamental understanding of the latest imaging modalities and analytical techniques is essential to ensure clinicians are best placed to choose the correct types of scans, counteract for patient-specific anomalies and better interpret the analytical outcomes.

Open to all healthcare professionals and affiliates and MSc/PhD students, the 2.5-day course aims to provide both an overview and a solid foundation in state-of-the-art MRI and PET scanning in epilepsy. 

The course will:

Consist of lectures and small-group tutorials given by experienced MRI- and PET-clinicians / researchers

Cover aspects of structural and functional MRI acquisition and analysis

Train participants on real patients’ data in hands-on laboratory exercises.

On completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

Employ MRI and PET to influence the clinical management of patients with epilepsy

Select appropriate MRI sequences, and distinguish clinical and MR features of different etiologies

Understand the role of advanced MRI and PET-MR acquisition and post-processing analysis methods.

Registration fees

Early bird registration rate (deadline Friday, 20th December 2019, 23:59 hrs):

Consultant: £510.00

Radiographer, PhD/MSc student, SpR, SHO, Nurse: £410.00

Standard registration rate (available from Saturday, 21st December 2019):

Consultant: £550.00

Radiographer, PhD/MSc student, SpR, SHO, Nurse: £450.00

The registration fee is inclusive of electronic copy of course materials, certificate of attendance, all daytime meals & refreshments and the Friday faculty and delegate evening meal, held at the wonderfully lovely Jack and Alice Restaurant.

Accommodation is not included in the ticket price. However, rooms at the Ethorpe Hotel / onsite can be booked during the registration process. Do email Hannah, Project Lead, for further details and prices.

Programme and Faculty

The programme is now available, see attachment.

A wonderful local and international experienced faculty has been lined up:

Dr Silvia Bonelli, Consultant Neurologist, Medical University of Vienna, Austria

Dr Lorenzo Caciagli, Post-doc, University of Pennsylvania

Dr Maria Centeno, Post-doc Neurophysiology, UCLH and GOSH, and Barcelona, Spain

Prof John Duncan, Professor of Neurology, UCL Institute of Neurology, London, UK

Dr Marian Galovic, PhD student MRI/PET, UCL / St Gallen, Switzerland

Dr Khalid Hamandi, Consultant Neurologist, Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neuroscience, Cardiff, UK

Prof Alexander Hammers, Professor of Imaging and Neuroscience, Head of PET Imaging Centre, St Thomas’ Hospital, London, UK

Mrs Andrea Hill, Super-intendant Radiographer, UCL Institute of Neurology, London, UK

Prof Matthias Koepp, Professor of Neurology, UCL Institute of Neurology, London, UK

Dr Menka Sidhu, Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, UCLH Hospitals NHS Trust and UCL/Institute of Neurology.

Dr Christian Vollmar, Oberarzt, Klinikum der Universität München, Germany

Dr Sjoerd Vos, MR physicist, Epilepsy Society, Chalfont Centre for Epilepsy, and Translational Imaging Group, UCL

Dr Britta Wandschneider, Consultant Neurologist, Royal London Hospital, London, UK

Dr Friedrich Woermann, Oberarzt, MRI Unit, Epilepsiezentrum Bethel, Bielefeld, Germany

Queries?

And if you have event questions or queries, do contact us at:

Hannah Stapley, ILAE British Branch Project Lead

registrations@ilaebritish.org.uk

 

 

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„Burza mózgów. Na pomoc chorym z padaczką”

„Burza mózgów. Na pomoc chorym z padaczką”

W obliczu wyzwań stojących przed chorymi na padaczkę, ich bliskimi i całym systemem ochrony zdrowia – konieczne jest rozpowszechnianie wiedzy o chorobie i jej konsekwencjach. Padaczka dotyka bowiem pacjenta, ale także jego rodzinę, opiekunów i przyjaciół, co sprawia, że tylko w naszym kraju jej skutki odczuwa bezpośrednio ok. milion osób. Jej leczenie może trwać latami, a stygmatyzacja społeczna, której często doświadczają chorzy – może skutecznie zniechęcać do uczestniczenia w życiu społecznym i zawodowym, sprawiając, że chorzy z padaczką stają się „niewidzialni”.  Skutki choroby są dotkliwe – dla pacjentów, ich bliskich, ale także dla całego systemu ochrony zdrowia. Padaczka generuje bowiem ogromne koszty rzędu 1,2 mld zł rocznie, z czego ponad 780 mln zł to koszty pośrednie.

Dlatego Polskie Towarzystwo Epileptologii zainicjowało kampanię informacyjną pt. „Burza mózgów. Na pomoc chorym z padaczką”. Nazwa kampanii jest swoistym zaproszeniem wszystkich uczestników systemu – ochrony zdrowia, edukacji oraz rynku pracy – do rozmowy oraz podjęcia działań, które mogą pomóc poprawić przede wszystkim jakość życia i zdrowia chorych, ale także funkcjonowanie pacjentów z padaczką w społeczeństwie. Celem inicjatywy jest szerzenie świadomości na temat epilepsji oraz podjęcie dyskusji na temat niezaspokojonych potrzeb pacjentów zmagających się z tą chorobą.

Dear ILAE member

Dear ILAE member,

in preparation for ILAE guidance on diagnostic procedures for Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures (PNES) the ILAE Commission on Psychiatry would like to sample the views of ILAE members on the use of suggestive seizure induction in the diagnosis of PNES. The term “suggestive seizure induction” (or “provocation techniques”) covers diagnostic techniques using any form of suggestion, usually during electroencephalography (EEG) or video-EEG, to trigger a seizure when the diagnosis of PNES is considered. For example, this could include simple verbal suggestion, intravenous injection of placebo, suggestion based on hyperventilation or intermittent photic stimulation or a combination of techniques.

This questionnaire is being sent to clinicians around the world to assess current international practice in relation to the use of suggestive seizure induction. This survey is intended to inform the development of ILAE guidance on the video-EEG recording of patients in whom a diagnosis of PNES is considered possible or likely.

The survey can be completed even if no defined protocol is applied in your unit, or if suggestive seizure induction is not used in your unit.  Completion 31/07/2019 and should take no more than 10 minutes.

You can complete the survey by clicking on the following link or by pasting this link in your internet browser:

https://goo.gl/forms/wiLxAlsAgsW4Gn9v2

We would be very grateful if you could help the Commission on Psychiatry by answering this on-line survey. We welcome responses from multiple practitioners within the same unit.

Many thanks,

Markus Reuber for the ILAE PNES Task Force

3rd ILAE British Branch Epilepsy Neuroimaging Course

Registration fees
Early bird registration rate (deadline Friday, 21st December 2018)
Consultant: L460
Radiographers, PhD/MSc students, SpR, SHO, Nurses: L360
Standard registration rate
(available from Saturday, 22nd December 2018)
Consultant: L510
Radiographers, PhD/MSc students, SpR, SHO, Nurses: L410

Accommodation is not included in the ticket price

The course will:
Consist of lectures and small-group tutorials given by experienced MRI- and PET-clinicians / researchers
Cover aspects of structural and functional MRI acquisition and analysis
Train participants on real patients’ data in hands-on laboratory exercises.
On completion of the course, the participants will be able to:
Employ MRI and PET to influence the clinical management of patients with epilepsy
Select appropriate MRI sequences, and distinguish clinical and MR features of different etiologies
Understand the role of advanced MRI and PET-MR acquisition and post-processing analysis methods.